We at TeachPitch are working with the leading education company OneWorld Education, an organisation that works with a global network of over 500 schools from the UK, USA, Canada, Australia, New Zealand and China, offering teachers and pupils the opportunity to develop global citizenship and promote global learning through their Global Youth Ambassador Project (GYAP).
On 31st October and 1st November, OneWorld will be organising its fourth Educational Summit in Wuhan, China, this year boasting the theme of ‘Global Education Resources, Creative Teaching and Global Citizenship’. During this convention, over 200 attendees of the GYAP network will be sharing best practice and will work on creating the best global networking opportunities for their schools and students. As OneWorld Education’s technology partner, TeachPitch is very pleased to invite you to join us on this amazing trip with all flights, accommodation, meals, internal transfers and trips all fully covered.
Come see how you and your school can benefit from a wide range of activities, such as:
- Joining in on educational trips across the world to a partner school of your choice.
- Having the continuous ability for your school to send your pupils and teachers to trusted institutions abroad.
- Experiencing firsthand on the basis of clear metrics how global education has a positive effect on learning outcomes.
- Engaging in cultural lessons, activities and excursions.
- Participating in CPD conferences for other senior leaders or teachers within your school.
The journey to China will not only allow conference guests to experience mainland China and its culture firsthand, it will also give you the unique opportunity to experience teaching and learning in a great number of Chinese local schools.
It would be our greatest honour to invite you as an ambassador of your school to join us in China. Please fill out this form before September 20th, 2017 (places are limited) if you are interested and our team will be sure to get back to you with more details.
“Ofsted inspectors are interested in identifying any strengths that your school may have. If you can show, by taking a global approach in your curriculum and in the general ethos of your school, that pupils are more motivated, engaged and interested in learning, and that this is having a positive impact upon their outcomes, the inspectors should see that this is a strength and credit you for it.” - Steven Taylor, school improvement officer, Shropshire
We hope you’re as excited as we are, and very much look forward to taking a big group of British teachers to China. Please do not hesitate to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org should you have any further questions.